Spottings In The Magic City: Gabrielle Union, Salt Bae, And More

From Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull to Gabrielle Union making a stop in Miami Beach, it seemed like everyone was out and about in town over the past week in the Magic City.

While promoting her new book We’re Going to Need More Wine across the country, actress and New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Union made a quick stop in Miami Beach. On November 8th, she enjoyed a girls night having a private tasting at one of sbe’s restaurants, Leynia, at Delano. Union dined with friends Alexis Stoudemire and Faith Haslem and was also seen chatting with sbe founder Sam Nazarian.

Gabrielle Union, Sam Nazarian and Alexis Stoudemire enjoying a private #tasteofsbe dinner at Leynia at Delano in Miami Beach
Gabrielle Union, Sam Nazarian and Alexis Stoudemire enjoying a private #tasteofsbe dinner at Leynia at Delano in Miami Beach

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You know him from the viral video that hit the internet earlier this year and now he’s opened his first restaurant in the United States here in Miami. Nusr-Et, also know as “Salt Bae,” opened his new steakhouse in Brickell called Nusr-Et Steakhouse Miami. He was in town all weekend welcoming guests into his latest restaurant and taking plenty of pictures doing his famous meat-cutting.

? #saltbae #saltlife #salt

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Miami’s own Pitbull made his second trip back to Miami with Enrique Iglesias on their tour together on November 11th. This time, pop sensation Becky G joined them and sure gave Miami a show they would not forget.

If you are more of a night owl, you sure didn’t want to miss Cedric Gervais at LIV on Saturday, November 11th. Gervais kept the party going all night long. Like a true Miami-native, he made sure to give the people what they wanted and show guests what a Miami night out is all about.

Nothing better than be back at home @livmiami what a night! Thank you Miami ❤️

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No better way to close out the weekend than with the legendary rapper and entrepreneur Jay-Z. On Sunday, November 12th, he brought his 4:44 tour to Miami. Fans did not let the bad weather or traffic ruin their mood to attend the show. Fans were also pleased with a surprise performance from Chicago-based rapper Vic Mensa.

Ball so hard… ?

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